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October 28, 2003
DON MEREDITH The evening seemed like any other to Mrs. Bentz. She could hear children at play, the familiar sound of traffic and the occasional bark of a dog. Suddenly there came a knock on the door. Mrs. Bentz walked to the door and opened it; "Trick or treat" was the cry. She laughed and gave each child a piece of candy, "Such cute costumes you have" she told the four children. Mrs. Bentz flashed a warm smile and said, "Good choices: a firefighter, a police officer, and a paramedic, too."
NEWS
October 31, 2001
Alecia Foster NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Like many other children on Halloween, Keppel Elementary School second-graders will be off to trick-or-treat shortly after sundown. But it won't be candy the students will be seeking. Instead, the second-graders will be asking for donations to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. "We want to help all of the kids that lost their parents and family," said student Jack Zierhut. Several of the students' classmates agreed and said they wanted to do more to help those affected by the terrorist attacks.
LOCAL
By By Tania Chatila | October 29, 2005
Make sure you're visible, take your parents and watch out for traffic hazards, police advise.Halloween, in all its spookiness, is really a lot more fun when it's safe. That's what local law enforcement and firefighters are saying, as they encourage residents and children to keep their eyes and ears open while celebrating the holiday. For neighborhood trick-or-treaters, the key to a safe candy-gathering evening is watching out for potential traffic hazards, Glendale Police Lt. Carl Povilaitis said.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | October 28, 2008
With Halloween just three days away, many residents are preparing for the holiday by buying costumes, decorations and bags of candy. And other residents are thinking about being safe on Halloween. Glendale resident Arlet Malekian is throwing a birthday bash for her 8-year-old daughter Talia instead of taking her trick-or-treating because she said it is safer. “All of her friends are going to celebrate her birthday at our house for Halloween,” she said. Malekian believes hosting the Halloween party at her home will give her daughter and friends the opportunity to celebrate two special occasions without running the risk of getting hurt on the streets.
SPORTS
By Parimal M. Rohit | September 26, 2008
The Falcons did everything through the air, even running a trick play. But, unfortunately, a straightforward ground game was all the Golden Knights needed to beat Crescenta Valley, as St, Francis defeated the Falcons, 27-13, at Glendale’s Moyse Field on Friday night. “There’s more where that (trick) play came from,” said Falcons head coach Tony Zarrillo. “It’s an offense that is conducive to trick plays. There will be more tricks along the way.” Zarrillo was referring to the fourth quarter touchdown pass from his quarterback, Karsen Reedy, to Mike Bako.
NEWS
November 17, 2003
Some slight rain early Saturday morning didn't prevent about 40 local and area skateboarders from participating in the amateur skating competition at Glendale's Orange Street Skate Park. Skateboarders competed in four age groups -- 10 and younger, 11 to 13, 14 to 17, and 18 and older. Awards such as skateboards, T-shirts and hats were given for first, second and third place and best skateboard trick. Local skate shops donated the prizes, officials said.
NEWS
November 30, 2000
Patricia A. Garner This is in response to Bill Lauritzen's commentary "Most students can't identify nouns" published Nov. 9. Lauritzen describes students as unable to identify nouns by using the example of holding a pencil in his hand and asking if it is a noun. He expects students to say no, because he is not holding a "noun" in his hand. I do not argue with the reasoning he expects from his students, but I do argue with his statement that "It is not a trick question."
NEWS
October 31, 2001
Karen S. Kim SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- The Glendale Galleria is offering its annual "Boo Bash," in which children 12 years and younger are invited to dress in their Halloween finest and trick-or-treat from store to store inside the mall. The "Boo Bash" takes place from 5 to 7 tonight. All Galleria merchants will be distributing candy for the event, and candy booths will also be set up inside the mall. The event is designed to be a "safe trick-or-treating" experience, said Annette Bethers, senior marketing director for the Galleria.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 2006
Pumpkin Alley "Pumpkin Alley" will celebrate its 14th year this Halloween. Sharon Rae Deacon, PH.D. is once again lining her driveway at 1728 Earlmont Ave. in La Cañada with 100 Jack-O-Lanterns. Sunland Produce has helped provide pumpkins for the last three years. This year the pumpkins are being carved on the campus of Crescenta Valley High School by the school's very active and successful Key Club members. Dr. Deacon would like to especially thank them since they have gone to extra effort this year.
NEWS
July 26, 2005
Mark Humphrey A dozen youngsters in elbow, knee and shoulder pads took advantage of the heavy protection to slide into a pool at the Glendale Skate Park without injury to hear skate instructor Jose Cabias give a lesson on pumping. "You want to make sure you put your front foot higher up," Cabias said, as he instructed campers how to continuously go up and down a pool or half pipe. Pumping is one of the many tricks taught at Verdugo Park's Glendale Skate Camp, but not all campers learn the same tricks at the same time.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 7, 2014
LA CRESCENTA - Fresh off capturing tournament championships, the members of the Crescenta Valley High and Glendale boys' soccer teams shifted their concentration to the beginning of Pacific League competition Tuesday. Crescenta Valley and Glendale entered the matchup with high expectations, including looking to finish at or near the top of league in February. A huge performance by Matt Ryan went a long way for top-ranked Crescenta Valley in the see-saw contest. PHOTOS: Cresecenta Valley High vs. Glendale boys soccer Ryan finished with three goals and one assist and Justin Wright added one goal and two assists to spark host Crescenta Valley to a 5-3 victory in the first of two meetings between the squads.
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NEWS
By Andy Klein | July 19, 2013
James Wan made his name as the director/co-writer of "Saw" (2004), which launched the most prolific horror franchise to emerge in the last 20 years. Even those put off by its naked sensationalism had to acknowledge that Wan (who was only 26) displayed a formidable technical mastery and an understanding of the nuts and bolts of the genre. (Don't confuse him with James Wong, who created "Final Destination. ") His new film is "The Conjuring," which bears a far stronger resemblance to his last effort, "Insidious," than to his prior movies.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | July 17, 2013
BURBANK - In the consolation championship of the Burroughs Summer League Wednesday against Crespi, the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team came out and dominated play for the first 15 minutes, creating its share of scoring chances. Despite their efforts, the Falcons came up empty-handed. That left the door open for the Celts, who tallied the game's first goal. But that goal seemed to wake up and invigorate Crescenta Valley, as it played lock-down defense the rest of the way and the offense came through with six straight goals to notch a 6-1 victory at Luther Burbank Middle School in the consolation final of the Burroughs Summer League.
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the Glendale News-Press | December 21, 2012
LOS ANGELES - It was more than a nonleague match. It was personal. The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' soccer team did not forget what St. Lucy's did a year ago. Last season, St. Lucy's upset the then-No. 1-ranked team in the nation at Occidental College. A year later, the Tologs were not going to lose again. Flintridge Sacred Heart remembered the pain of losing and utterly dominated the Regents. Junior forward Laura Thompson had three goals and Savannah Viola had a pair of scores, as the Tologs defeated St. Lucy's, 5-1, on Friday at Occidental College's Patterson Field.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | October 29, 2012
Police plan to step up enforcement on Kenneth Road in Northwest Glendale this Halloween after roughly 3,000 trick-or-treaters swamped the neighborhood last year, bringing with them trash, vandalism and a whole lot of headaches for residents. Thousands of Halloween revelers from Glendale and Los Angeles descended on Kenneth Road last Oct. 31 to get candy while other trick-or-treaters simply cruised and vandalized the neighborhood, Glendale police Lt. Bruce Fox said. “It really overwhelmed the neighbors,” he said.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 16, 2012
LA CRESCENTA - While battling pain in both of his calves, Pavle Atanackovic seemingly needed to find another way to score. The Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer player used his head, lifting the Falcons to a first-round playoff victory. Atanackovic scored three goals on headers - including the match-winning tally three minutes into sudden-death overtime - to propel host Crescenta Valley to a 3-2 CIF Southern Section Division IV win against Laguna Beach on Thursday afternoon.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 11, 2012
NORTHWEST GLENDALE - Not even a chewed-up field could play a role in stopping the Crescenta Valley High's boys' soccer team's high-powered offensive attack. For that matter, neither could Hoover. Crescenta Valley, in search of its third straight Pacific League title, received a hat trick from Pavle Atanackovic en route to a 6-1 league road victory against Hoover on Wednesday afternoon. "Last week, we changed our offensive formation by making a few small adjustments in terms of where we want to be," said Crescenta Valley first-year Coach Grant Clark, whose team improved to 6-0-6 and 2-0-2 in league and is ranked fifth in the latest CIF Southern Section Division IV poll.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 7, 2012
NORTHWEST GLENDALE - After beginning Pacific League play with shutout defeats, the Hoover High and Muir boys' soccer teams rediscovered their scoring ability Friday afternoon. For Hoover's Artin Almary, it couldn't have come at a better time, as he made the most of his scoring opportunities in what proved to be a milestone match for the sophomore forward. Almary recorded his first career hat trick and added one assist to lead host Hoover to a 6-3 league victory against Muir.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 9, 2011
LA CRESCENTA — This time, the members of the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team took care of business the way they expected to. That stemmed largely from a valuable lesson they learned last season, when they encountered an elongated slump before wrapping up their first league title on the final day of the season. This season, the Falcons never showed similar signs and cruised to their second straight league championship. Behind three goals from junior forward Pavle Atanackovic on Tuesday afternoon, Crescenta Valley picked up a 3-0 league home win against Glendale.
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